Paulo Dybala will complete transfer soon confirms club chief

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A host of top clubs are interested in Argentine starlet Paulo Dybala. Serie A champions, and Champions League semi-finalists Juventus are believed to be leading the race for his signature, with Chelsea, Manchester United and Arsenal all heavily linked with the 21-year-old striker.

Dybala has been one of the most talked about players in Italy this season. His stunning form has guided Palermo to 10th place in the Serie A table. 13 goals and 10 assists for Palermo this season are the sort of stats we expects from experienced forwards.

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It is believed Palermo president Maurizio Zamparini is looking to pocket over £30m for Dybala, who will be leaving his current club at the end of the Season.

"At least three teams are really interested in him," Zamparini said speaking to Giornale di Sicilia. "The apple is ripe and we're ready to pick it. I think in 10, or a maximum of 15 days we'll know his future." Zamparini also added, "We'll meet the lad and his agent to complete the deal, those who understand football realise his potential."

Where could he go then?

Dybala has previously stated his wish to stay in Italy, but also that he'd love to work in the Premier League and under Arsene Wenger. The news about Dybala has been big for a number of months, and it is expected to get even more inflated over the next fortnight. 

Where would you like to see Dybala? Could he adapt to the Premier League? Let us know in the comments section!

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